Nutrition & Diet Therapy / Edition 12 available in Paperback
Providing a solid foundation, NUTRITION & DIET THERAPY, 12E delivers a completely up-to-date introduction to the essentials of nutrition concepts, good health, and client care. It equips you with the tools to more effectively help clients improve their nutrition and overall health as our nation faces higher rates of preventable chronic disease resulting from poor diet quality and physical inactivity. Extremely student friendly, it is organized around three simple concepts: Section 1 covers the fundamentals of nutrition, Section 2 explains nutrition over the life cycle; and Section 3 addresses medical nutrition therapy. Maximize your course success with the numerous hands-on activities throughout the text and the MindTap digital learning solution, which includes an interactive eBook with highlighting and note-taking functions; self-quizzes; client scenarios; flashcards; interactive Case in Point and Rate this Plate exercises; NCLEX-style quizzing; and a Diet & Wellness app.
About the Author
Ruth A. Roth, M.S., RDN, is a retired Dietician from Parkview Hospital and a retired faculty member from Purdue University in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Kathy L. Wehrle, RDN, CD, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Parkview Health for over 25 years, brings a wealth of experience from clinical nutrition therapy as well as community wellness, prevention, and population health. Previously a contributor to the text, she joins the 12th edition as a co-author.
Table of Contents
1. The Relationship of Nutrition and Health. 2. Planning a Healthy Diet. 3. Digestion, Absorption, and Metabolism. 4. Carbohydrates. 5. Lipids (Fats). 6. Proteins. 7. Vitamins. 8. Minerals. 9. Water. 10. Nutrition during Pregnancy and Lactation. 11. Nutrition during Infancy. 12. Nutrition during Childhood and Adolescence. 13. Nutrition during Adulthood. 14. Weight Management across the Life Cycle. 15. Diet, Pre-Diabetes, and Diabetes. 16. Diet and Cardiovascular Disease. 17. Diet and Renal Disease. 18. Diet and Gastrointestinal Disorders. 19. Diet and Cancer. 20. Foodborne Illness, Allergies, and Intolerances. 21. Nutritional Care of Clients with Special Needs.